Chinota Herbal Gel

The Natural Way To Relieve Pain

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Today we have many medicinal herbs with known properties which have been proven over the test of time. The newest "Willard Water" product is, for a lack of a better word - fabulous. There is no doubt this herbal gel works and works well. Chinota is a combination of medicinal herbs proven over the centuries to relieve pain and reduce swelling mixed with Willard Water which has its own ability to reduce swelling and acts as a catalyst or booster for the herbs. You use Chinota as you would "Ben-Gay", but using a lot less and there are no drugs.

Reports coming back to me include John, who broke his leg and applied Chinota to his "balloon like" foot. About 15 minutes later, wrinkles could be seen where there werenít any before (the swelling was reducing). Trish had an old (something like) tennis elbow injury that was really starting to bother her. A week later after applying Chinota about three times a day, the symptoms were gone. Not relieved, gone (still gone four months later). I gave a sample to Jude for her aching back. She called that night and said she felt great even after a day of yard work that would have normally sent her into a hot bath. Michael put some on a old broken finger that was giving him some discomfort. The next day he bought some Chinota from me. Why? Because it works! Personally, I found it extremely effective for "change of weather" arthritis aches. Where Willard Water is subtle in its approach, Chinota is instant gratification.

The components are Lavender Oil which has been used over the centuries to relieve spasms; Wintergreen Oil which was used by Native Americans as a remedy for aching, arthritic or over-extended muscles and joints and to reduce swelling and inflammation; Aloe Vera which has long been known for its anesthetic properties in providing pain relief and other benefits; Menthol was also known for its anesthetic and pain relief power way back to Ancient Egypt and the Holy Land during the time of Christ and also by Native Americans; Camphor has been used as a liniment and mild analgesic and Eucalyptus Oil has a long history of being used on abscesses. Combine these "all stars" of pain relief with a more highly activated form of water that acts as a catalyst to improve the healing properties and itís no wonder Iím getting so many great reports from people using Chinota Herbal Gel. My personal experiences are just as positive. It's the only thing I've found that really works!

The large, eight ounce jar is easy to open and apply. The texture is cool and smooth upon application, but warms right up to the job a few minutes later. A little applied topically goes a long way-- making the $29.95 price tag very reasonable. The larger quantity conveniently eliminates searching for small tubes with tiny, hard to open caps for those with restricted use of their hands. NEW! Chinota 4 oz. tubes for US 14.50. Visit our order page for more information.

There are no patents or studies or anything else to attest to Chinotaís value, but Iíve seen, heard and personally experienced enough to guarantee "Your moneyís worth in your own opinion or your money back".

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